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with a sushi competition, how it highlights a multi billion dollar contributor to california's economy. >>> lawmakers put their sushi making skills to the test in sacramento. the capital roller competition is a celebration of the rice industry that contributes $2 billion a year to the economy. she made the best sushi roll. >>> mark is here now with sports. giants took care of business today. >> you could almost see this coming, last night, one of the padres hit a home run. and if you saw the game yesterday, you know what i am talking about. he comes to the plate today. madison bumgarner says hello. pitch behind him. the two exchange words. and he is like come on, let's go. let's go. benches empty. no punches thrown that i could see anyway. they settled things things down. that is revenge. deep he goes. doing his talking with his bat. that home run had the padres up 2-1 in the 7th. bottom of the 7th. two on. blanco, showing up in the highlights just about every day since pagan came down with an injury. that is a two run triple which puts the giants ahead for good. 4-2 final. the giants
-- to have fuel economy, of getting free coatings on there. >> today's event hit a small bump when one of the brand new bases with the mayor and other transportation officials mall functioned. the bus wasn't movings so the mayor and everyone else had to get off and wait for another bus. >>> spending most of the day finding homes for three abandoned dogs. this one of the dogs was tide up. the other two were just running loose. he says someone apparently just left them at the park overnight. >> i was mad. i was sad for the fact that somebody could leave dogs out there like that. why even have them if you can't take care of them. >> he says he has found homes for two of the dogs and is hoping someone would take the smallest dog. visit hour ktvu facebook page. we have more information for you there. >>> another lawsuit has been filed to block the state's water management plant for the if delta. that plan calls for two huge tunnels to be built to move water to the central valley and southern california. three other lawsuits have already been filed by groups opposed to that plan. the latest
to come out on the california economy. >> reporter: the bay area says today's news of nearly half a percentage point drop in the state unemployment rate to 8.6% is promising. colorado employers added more than 10,000 jobs in may. 9000 of them in the restaurant and bar industry. that's not the only industry seeking employees. former construction worker says this is hopeful news. out of a job for a month or so. today he was taking advantage of east bay work career center. >> got a little discouraging because i wasn't too computer literate at the time. >> reporter: he's willing to tackle any obstacle. >> i've had some interviews. six interviews. >> i have friends who have been unemployed as well. i think this is the time to be creative. >> should continue to grow over the summer. we'll see what the numbers say next month. >> reporter: wait to see if the construction industry continues to hire. jade hernandez, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> more details now. not only is california's jobless rate improving, the bay area is seeing growth as well. new figures released today show about 8600 job
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